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  • Rachel

    Member
    September 19, 2022 at 1:09 pm

    No, KeraGenis is not a scam. KeraGenis is primarily marketed to men and women who have hair and nail problems, such as foot and toenail fungus. If you struggle with hair growth, nail decay, or other issues, KeraGenis may be able to help by promoting natural hair and nail growth.

    KeraGenis is intended to be used in conjunction with other healthy hair and nail strategies. You can support your hair and nail growth cycles shortly after taking KeraGenis for the first time by taking two capsules daily and keeping your hair and nails healthy.

    To avoid nail issues, keep your feet clean and dry, keep your nails thin, avoid homemade remedies, wear lightweight and breathable socks, and avoid walking barefoot. These are standard preventative measures for toenail fungus. You may be able to support nail growth by following these steps and taking KeraGenis at the same time.

    You can get a special discount here.